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Small Space Living Advocate Andrea Zittel Scoops 2012 Frederick Kiesler Prize

Small Space Living Advocate Andrea Zittel Scoops 2012 Frederick Kiesler Prize

We have featured Zittel's work on our site before, but she is still relatively unknown in the design world. That will change though, especially since receiving the Frederick Kiesler Prize. In addition to

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SDA’s Stunning Wood-Wrapped Chelsea Workspace Features a Sweeping World Map

SDA’s Stunning Wood-Wrapped Chelsea Workspace Features a Sweeping World Map

Synthesis Design + Architecture has combined the trappings of a modern workspace with the timeless beauty of wood. The organic, sweeping shapes cleverly hide frosted Perspex storage units that are

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Mak3D: World’s First 3D Printing Co-Working Space Opens in London

Mak3D: World’s First 3D Printing Co-Working Space Opens in London

What do you do if you're a designer with an amazing idea for a product, but no way to make it? There might a huge buzz around 3D printing, but we're still a long way off from everyone having a machine at

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One Two Tree: An Eco friendly Christmas Tree That can be Styled to Suit any Space

One Two Tree: An Eco friendly Christmas Tree That can be Styled to Suit any Space

Standing 84.5 cm tall, One Two Tree is an eco-friendly Christmas tree that consists of 26 ‘branches’ that rotate on a ‘trunk’. A hole drilled in the end of each branch enables you to create a

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WhiteCrate Unveils Shipping Container Exhibition Space for the Nissan LEAF

WhiteCrate Unveils Shipping Container Exhibition Space for the Nissan LEAF

The interactive exhibition was designed to fully immerse the visitor in the innovative ideas of sustainable design, art, and architecture, and invited different artists and designers to participate. But

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North Carolina’s Research Triangle Master Plan Seeks to Get More Done in Less Space, Sustainably

North Carolina’s Research Triangle Master Plan Seeks to Get More Done in Less Space, Sustainably

Located on a then-rural tract of land between the university cities of Raleigh (NCSU), Durham (Duke University), and Chapel Hill (UNC) the 7,000-acre Research Triangle Park was established in 1959. Since

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The Fogger is a Vertical Planting Unit That Grows Plants Efficiently in Small Spaces

The Fogger is a Vertical Planting Unit That Grows Plants Efficiently in Small Spaces

In the never-ending quest to develop better and more efficient fruit and vegetable growing techniques, Vakant Design has produced the Fogger, a vertical planting unit that can grow large quantities of

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LLSTOL: A Multifunctional Seat Suited for Small Spaces

LLSTOL: A Multifunctional Seat Suited for Small Spaces

Slovenian designer Luka Locicnik and a local chair making company, STOL & STOL, developed LLSTOL, an ingenious lounge chair that can be used a multitude of ways. Successfully funded

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New Research Finds Climate Change is Disrupting Satellites and Space Debris in the Atmosphere

New Research Finds Climate Change is Disrupting Satellites and Space Debris in the Atmosphere

Climate change is not just affecting what is happening on the surface of the Earth, but also what is taking place in the outer reaches of the atmosphere. An article published in the journal Nature

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Woods Outback In Washington State Boasts Beautiful Open Spaces That Meld with the Outdoors

Woods Outback In Washington State Boasts Beautiful Open Spaces That Meld with the Outdoors

Designed by Geolette Hommas, Woods Outback is a beautiful home located in rainy state of Washington. The home was designed to inter-fuse with the gorgeous Pacific Northwest scenery, pulling nature and

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AIA Portland Center for Architecture is a Former Carriage House Transformed into a LEED-Platinum Office Space

AIA Portland Center for Architecture is a Former Carriage House Transformed into a LEED-Platinum Office Space

The AIA Center in Portland was formerly a livery stable, and is thought to be the oldest surviving structure in Portland’s now-thriving Pearl District, a former industrial zone. The building was also

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Klyde Warren Park Adds Much-Needed Green Space Atop the I-35 Freeway in Downtown Dallas

Klyde Warren Park Adds Much-Needed Green Space Atop the I-35 Freeway in Downtown Dallas

Photo by Mark Andrew Boyer for Inhabitat At just over 5 acres, Klyde Warren Park isn't a big park -- it spans just two city blocks. It's big enough to make an impression, and to help Dallas transition

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Ghent’s Industrial Grindbakken Pits Transformed Into a Cutting Edge Art Space

Ghent’s Industrial Grindbakken Pits Transformed Into a Cutting Edge Art Space

For the Grindbakken pits' first temporary activity, Rotor came up with the idea of framing several parts of the concrete, as opposed to painting them. Their concept adapts and reuses what already existed

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Archway Studios is a Slender Live-Workspace Built Around a 19th Century Rail Viaduct in London

Archway Studios is a Slender Live-Workspace Built Around a 19th Century Rail Viaduct in London

Located in Southward, Archway Studios stands on a former brownfield site that was left to sour, and that kind of regeneration is an important part of Undercurrent's professional ethos. Keen to make do

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HWCD’s Floating Bamboo Courtyard Teahouse is a Zen Space For A Tea Party

HWCD’s Floating Bamboo Courtyard Teahouse is a Zen Space For A Tea Party

HWCD's Bamboo Courtyard Teahouse embraces traditional Chinese garden design by blending into the natural environment. The floating structure has a square envelope composed of a series of tea rooms

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Relive Felix Baumgartner’s Breathtaking Stratos Space Jump… In LEGO!

Relive Felix Baumgartner’s Breathtaking Stratos Space Jump… In LEGO!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFU774q6eVM People are still talking about Felix Baumgartner's incredible Stratos jump. OK, most of them are moms who will have to spend the next three months forbidding

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Space Scientists Develop Harpoon System to Capture Rogue Satellites and Clean up Space Junk

Space Scientists Develop Harpoon System to Capture Rogue Satellites and Clean up Space Junk

Space junk has rapidly become a major problem for the world's space agencies. Decades of satellite launches and missions have left the Earth’s orbit filled with pieces of junk such as fuel tanks, lost

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Lake Link Trail and Greenway Will Be a Sustainable Green Space at the Cleveland Flats

Lake Link Trail and Greenway Will Be a Sustainable Green Space at the Cleveland Flats

Located on the west bank of Cleveland’s Flats Waterfront District, a 1.3-mile trail of abandoned railroad yard is the focus of a new revitalization project called Lake Link Trail and Greenway. The

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Geometric Spaceplates Greenhouse Springs to Life at South Bristol Skills Academy

Geometric Spaceplates Greenhouse Springs to Life at South Bristol Skills Academy

This dazzling geometric ‘pure plate’ greenhouse was installed at South Bristol Skills Academy. Created by Copenhagen-based design collective N55 with architect Anne Romme, the Spaceplates Greenhouse

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European Space Agency Launches MetOp-B Satellite to Track Climate Change, Deliver Highly Accurate Weather Reports

European Space Agency Launches MetOp-B Satellite to Track Climate Change, Deliver Highly Accurate Weather Reports

The European Space Agency (ESA) just launched its second polar-orbiting weather satellite into space. The MetOp-B satellite, which is about the size of a bus, will ensure the continuity of the weather and

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UpLIFT Transforms Elevated Parking Spaces into a Hive of Prefabricated Tiny Homes!

UpLIFT Transforms Elevated Parking Spaces into a Hive of Prefabricated Tiny Homes!

New York City is undergoing a cultural shift away from the automobile, and designers Lawrence Zeroth, Jack Phillips, Brian Schulman and Eugene Lubomir have come up with a clever proposal to transform

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SOL Grotto is a Cool & Mesmerizing Space Made With Reclaimed Solyndra Rods in Berkeley

SOL Grotto is a Cool & Mesmerizing Space Made With Reclaimed Solyndra Rods in Berkeley

SOL Grotto is part of a larger project called Natural Discourse at UC Botanical Gardens at Berkeley, where artists, architects, scientists and poets have been invited to spend time in the gardens and

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The Be Open Space at The Dock with Tom Dixon Stimulates the Five Senses at London Design Week

The Be Open Space at The Dock with Tom Dixon Stimulates the Five Senses at London Design Week

The best way to enter The Dock space is to head downstairs and then work your way back up to the daylight. A range of Tom Dixon's latest pieces were on display in these underground tunnels, alongside some

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6 Out of This World Space-Based Solar Power Designs

6 Out of This World Space-Based Solar Power Designs

SPS-ALPHA This margarita glass-shaped space setup is nicknamed, SPS-ALPHA - which is short for Solar Power Satellite via Arbitrarily Large PHased Array. It consists of a large array of thin-film

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Roberto Gil’s New Murphy Bed for Kids Maximizes Play Space

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Roberto Gil’s New Murphy Bed for Kids Maximizes Play Space

Designer Roberto Gil’s new Dumbo Double Murphy Bed, by Casa Kids, is sure to be a game-changer kids with small square-footage, folding away into a compact, 12” deep cabinet during the day.

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UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory to Transform Waste Plutonium into Batteries for Spacecraft

UK’s National Nuclear Laboratory to Transform Waste Plutonium into Batteries for Spacecraft

The problem with nuclear energy has always been the radioactive waste that it produces. However the UK's National Nuclear Laboratory has decided to take a large store of waste plutonium at the Sellafield

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Passively-Cooled Dojo Provides Space for Quiet Meditation Outside of Santiago, Chile

Passively-Cooled Dojo Provides Space for Quiet Meditation Outside of Santiago, Chile

  Dojos are spaces used for training, and this Dojo in Chile is used for meditation, yoga and group classes. Situated at the bottom of a 5,000-square-meter site, the building is tucked into a

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400 Trees Cut Down to Make Way For Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Los Angeles Arrival

400 Trees Cut Down to Make Way For Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Los Angeles Arrival

Ever since the Space Shuttle fleet was retired last year, several spacecraft have gone to new homes for the public to enjoy. Their journeys have often been spectacular, such as the Enterprise flying over

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Astronauts Fix the International Space Station With a Modified Common Toothbrush

Astronauts Fix the International Space Station With a Modified Common Toothbrush

Toothbrush photo from Shutterstock When it comes to sheer ingenuity, you can't beat the geniuses at NASA. After all, these are the people that put the Curiosity Rover on Mars, men on the moon and

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Dutch Pavilion Re-Set Presents a Dynamic Re-thinking of Disused Space at the Venice Architecture Biennale

Dutch Pavilion Re-Set Presents a Dynamic Re-thinking of Disused Space at the Venice Architecture Biennale

The Dutch pavilion draws attention to a new set of conditions under which modern architects are working. No longer blessed with wide swaths of empty land or large budgets, designers instead have to work

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